Although all of Ireland is currently on Lockdown due to the Corona Virus, we at Go Wild Magazines are continuing to remind our online readers of the wonders of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. In doing this we will also highlight our amazing clients so that you can support them when the lockdown is lifted and we have beaten the virus.
Skellig Six18 Distillery was born out of the Skellig community that took on seemingly impossible challenges built at the edge of two worlds in Cahersiveen, the “town that climbs the mountain and looks upon the sea.” For centuries, communities have settled within the raw beauty of this land and seascape until both the area and its devoted inhabitants have gained a reputation for being wild and free.
Within this setting, experience a guided tour of the newly opened Skellig Six18 Distillery in the company of a local storyteller
to discover how Skellig Six18
is crafted as a premium artisan Irish gin using local botanicals. Learn how the Distillery’s name was inspired by the UNESCO world heritage site (on the nearby Skellig Rocks) where sixth century monks hand-crafted six hundred and eighteen steps on the island’s rockface to reach their monastery. There is also a special opportunity to witness the evolution of this distillery that is in the process of expanding through the installation of a brand-new whiskey distillery. Opening Summer 2020, Book Online.
Key highlights include:
• Gin | learn how premium Skellig Six18 Gin is made at the distillery | taste it
• Evolution & Expansion |witness the story and working installation of a brand-new whiskey distillery
• Whiskey | history of premium Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey | how Irish whiskey is made |tastings
• Local Storyteller | discover Cahersiveen & the Skellig Coast’s historical connection to the spirits trade
• Sensory Experience | touch |smell | feel | hear | taste
• Gin School | forage for botanicals | design the recipe|distil | bottle | label your own gin | group setting
• Explore! | boat trip to explore the Skellig Coast | UNESCO World Heritage Site of Skellig Michael (May – Oct)